|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 23: Life's Ultimate Goal — Love of Godhead|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 23.49
dadhi yena khaṇḍa-marica-karpūra-milane
'rasālākhya' rasa haya apūrvāsvādane
dadhi — yogurt; yena — as if; khaṇḍa — sugar candy; marica — black pepper; karpūra — camphor; milane — being mixed; rasāla-ākhya — known as delicious; rasa — mellow; haya — becomes; apūrva-āsvādane — by an unprecedented taste.
"Yogurt mixed with sugar candy, black pepper and camphor is very palatable and tasty. Similarly, when permanent ecstasy mixes with other ecstatic symptoms, it becomes unprecedentedly tasty.
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